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[Webinar] Creating DITA Content in MS Word and SharePoint, March 26, 1PM ET

26 Mar 2008 - 14:00

Amber Swope Brings Documents to Life

In a blog for Content Convergence & Integration 2008, Emma Lauder writes, "I was able to sit in on Amber Swope's presentation regarding XML and DITA technologies. Amber is a Principal Consultant at Just Systems Inc. Where was Amber a few years back when I was new to the idea of XML? Her concise and clear explanation of this language was awesome, as was her one-minute summary of DITA. I know from some people I sat with, that she really helped to clarify some of these technologies.

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Optimizing DITA for Translations

The OASIS DITA Translation Subcommittee has created a series of Best Practices documents for those who want to optimize their DITA content for translation. The Best Practices are published as committee drafts of the OASIS DITA Technical Committee. Please note that the term "committee draft" means that the content is completely approved and ready for your downloading.

The three Best Practice white papers will help you

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X-Pubs Kicks Off 2008 DITA and CMS Webinar Series

X-Pubs are delighted to announce our annual webinar series re-starting for 2008!

Each year leading up to and following the X-Pubs Annual Conference (June 22-24th) we run a series of educational webinars on DITA, Component CMS, XML and related technologies.

This year's conference is all about XML and the Customer Experience - how can we use DITA, Web 2.0 and advanced delivery methods to do something not only for ourselves, but the actual clients?

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Michael Priestley

Dynamic content publishing with DITA - plus lots of DITA source examples

There's a pilot project out of Lotus using DITA for dynamic content publishing, and you can also see the DITA source for any of the content in the project. You can search DITA source and return maps and topics. You can turn a search result list into a map that you can publish as HTML or PDF, or you can use a shopping cart mode to select content from multiple searches and create a more custom map for publishing to PDF or HTML.

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